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Abstract Instructions

Instructions for Abstract preparation are provided in the Sample Abstract below.

Instructions for Abstracts to be Submitted to the Eighth Topical Meeting on Industrial Radiation and Radioisotope Measurement Applications

William L. Dunn1 and Jerome Z. Abromitis2

1Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, 137 F Ward Hall, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506;
2XYZ Corporation, 127 Sussex Ave., Springfield, IL 87620

The Abstract should be written in 12-point Times New Roman or similar (e.g., Computer Modern) font, except for special characters. The Title should be in bold font and centered, followed by the list of authors in regular font and centered. If there are multiple affiliations among the authors, superscript numbers should be used to indicate the respective affiliations. The corresponding author's name should be underlined. The affiliations are listed next, centered, and semicolons should be used between affiliations. The Harvard Style should be used for references, although references are not required in the Abstract. References, such as Shultis and Faw (2008), should be listed below the Abstract proper. The last line of the entire Abstract should provide the e-mail address of the corresponding author. The entire Abstract—including title, authors, author affiliations, tables and figures (if any), references (if any), and the e-mail address of the corresponding—should fit within a single A4 page with at least 2.5-cm margins (US authors can use . The Abstract should be converted to Portable Document Format (pdf) and submitted as a .pdf file.

Shultis, J.K. and R.E. Faw (2008), Fundamentals of Nuclear Science and Engineering, 2nd Ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

dunn@mne.ksu.edu

Abstract Submission Form

IRRMA-8 Abstract Submission Form